Sponsored by the Apartment and Office Building Association of Metropolitan Washington (AOBA), the Scholarship Program offers graduates of Prince George's County high schools paid tuition to Prince George's Community College, worth $6,000, over a two-year period.
The Board of Trustees’ Legacy Scholarship was established to recognize graduates of Prince George's County high schools who demonstrate high academic ability and strong leadership qualities. Scholarship recipients are selected from among those who meet the eligibility requirements and who are committed to attending Prince George's Community College.
Prince George's Community College Books Scholarship Contest sponsored by the Office of Student Affairs and the library. Submit your answer to receive one of two $250 book scholarships. For full details and guidelines visit the library's events page.
This four-year scholarship program is open to all majors starting at PGCC and completing their study at the University of Maryland, College Park. This scholarship is ideal for students with entrepreneurial ambitions -- running their own business or community programs, creative ideas for income generation, and those who see challenges as obstacles to be overcome.
Honors Academy scholars may hold dual admission in Prince George's Community College and a participating four-year college or university. While the list of participating institutions is constantly growing, it currently includes: American University, Catholic University of America, Howard University, Goucher College, St. Mary's College, University of Maryland College Park, University of Maryland University College, and Washington College. Upon graduation from PGCC, the Honor's Academy scholar will receive Honors Academy recognition and a seamless transfer into one of the partnering four-year colleges or universities. An Honors Academy scholar also has the option of applying for transfer to any college or university that is not part of the dual admission agreement.
An Honors Academy scholar receives financial support from Prince George's Community College as long as he/she satisfies the requirements of the Academy and maintains his/her eligibility. Upon graduation from PGCC, the Honors Academy scholar will receive financial support from the partnering four-year college or university.
The Prince George’s County Promise Scholarship is designed to support students with financial resources beyond federal, state, and private scholarships to complete their education.
The Prince George’s County Promise Scholarship is built on the premise that the lack of financial resources, where possible, should not be the deterrent to achieving a post-secondary experience at Prince George’s Community College that culminates in attaining the associate degree or an industry-recognized licensure or credential. To apply or for more information visit Financial Aid.